NAME

 

Lance Hosey, AIA

Lecturer

TEACHING AREA

 

ARCH 201 (Design Studio)

EDUCATION

 

1990, Master of Architecture

1987, B.A.

Yale University

Columbia University

 

REGISTRATION

 

Registered Architect, New York State and District of Columbia

 

TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

George Washington Univerity; Design Studios
Yale University; Design Studios, Theory and History courses

1996

1989-1990

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

William McDonough + Partners, Charlottesville, VA

Adamstein & Demetriou, Washington, DC

Gwathmey Siegel & Associates, New York, NY

Rafael Vinoly Architects, New York, NY

 

1999-present

1995-1999

1993-1995

1990-1991

 

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS

 

Winner, Monticello African-American Burial Ground Memorial design competition

IIDA Best Workplace Award, Mid-Atlantic Chapter (for Interactive Applications Group offices)

Selected to write intro for Berkeley Prize Competition

Graham Foundation financial grant for research and travel related to the Barcelona Pavilion

 “The Fountainhead Syndrome” named top ten article by AIA / James River Chapter (Virginia)

JAE Award for "Slumming in Utopia," ACSA

AIA Award of Excellence, Northern Virginia Chapter (for Interactive Applications Group offices)

50 Best Workplaces in Washington, Washingtonian Magazine (for Interactive Applications Group offices)

AIA Young Architects Award of Excellence, Northern Virginia Chapter (for Ryan Residence)

2002

 

2002

 

2001

2001

 

2001

 

2000

2000

 

2000-2001

 

1999

 

PUBLICATIONS (Recent/selected)

 

“Why the future of architecture doesn’t need us,”

Architectural Record / In the Cause of Architecture

“Hearing Voices,” Metropolis

“HALO: communication booth,” Design Issues

 “The Fountainhead Syndrome,”

CRIT (3/02)

DesignArchitecture.com (5/01)

"Hidden Lines: Gender, Race and the Body in Graphic Standards," JAE

 “Notes on social art,” Introduction to the Berkeley Prize competition (www.berkeleyprize.org)

"The Workplace and the E-Place," Urban Land

"Slumming in Utopia: Protest Construction and the Iconography of Urban America," JAE

"Subversive Constructions," Dichotomy 

 

6/02

 

5/02

Summer, 02

3/02

5/01

 

11/01

 

10/01

 

1/01

2/00

 

Spring, 00              

RESEARCH & CREATIVE WORK

(Recent/selected)

 

Architecture, Public Space and Political Protest;

Emerging Technologies and their Impact on Design and Construction;

Sex, Race and Representations of the Body in Architecture;

Architecture, Culture and Cuisine;

Conceptual Differences between the Original Barcelona Pavilion and its Reconstruction

 

1998-present;

2001-present

 

2000-present

2002

2000-present

MEMBERSHIP

American Institute of Architects (AIA); Associate of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA); USGBC LEED accreditation